Welcome to Tokoroa Kart Club


You need to be a fully paid up member to be able to practice.
Click HERE to fill out the practice form - 1 per driver

February 13 (note the track is closed for practice on the 12th)

CONCRETE PIT SITES: - for all new people to the track, the concrete sites are owned by the people that paid for the concrete and will more than likely be there on Club Days to use their site. There could be sites available, we will try and advise what numbers they are before the Club Day. Please don't set up camp on any of the other concrete sites as you will probably be asked to move.

    * February 26-27
    * March 19-20
    * June 11-12
    * September 3-4
    * October 8-9

Our Normal Club Day Timetable
8.00 am: Gates open
8.30 - 9.30 am: Scrutineering/entries
9.45 am: Drivers briefing
10.00 am: Tuning/practice runs
11.00 am: [approx] Racing starts
Followed by prizegiving. Bar will be open
Note: The only alcohol to be consumed at the complex is that which has been purchased from our bar at the clubrooms.
Looking forward to another great time at Kartsport Tokoroa. See you then!

A friendly reminder - Leave your pit site and the complex as you found it. Take your rubbish and tyres home with you, do not leave them at the track.


Every driver and their pitcrew/family/friends need to register online prior to coming out to practice. This is to adhere to Covid 19 Level 2 protocol and going forward the club can monitor who is at the track and when and also to keep a track on practice fees being paid.

Also - you need to organise a key or entry to the track a few days prior to your practice...don't expect to rock up on the day and expect a key...our committee have lives as well lol. The track is not automatically open.

You need to be a fully paid up member to be able to practice.
You need to pay your $20 practice fee prior to practicing, after you have submitted the form below.
Our bank details - 01-0461-0121788-00

Click HERE to fill out the practice form - 1 per driver

Play it fair, do the right thing, so we can all enjoy our 7 day a week practice availability.

Thank you for your cooperation - Committee

A reminder that tyres are NOT to be left at the track or put into the rubbish bins. They cost a lot of money to dispose of.

If you leave tyres at the track you will have your membership revoked immediately and potentially you could be banned from using it forever.

We are not a rubbish transfer station. You must take all rubbish and tyres away with you. You have already agreed to this rule when you accepted the rules as part of your membership renewal.

We will be installing cameras at the complex in the not so distant future and if you are caught dumping your tyres and rubbish at the complex then you will lose your membership.

Thanks in advance from the Committee.

Please support these businesses who sponsored our big event this year - the McFall Fuel 2021 Kartsport NZ National Schools Championship

McFall Fuel - One easy solution for your fuel needs - click on the website link at the top of the page

Mansons TCLM - Commercial and Residential Property Development

Stihl Shop Tokoroa for all your power equipment sales and servicing

Tyrrells Service Centre Ltd - Nissan and Mitsubishi Service agents - 18 Campbell St Tokoroa

Power and Earth - leaders in lease, hire, and sales of equipment and machinery

Terra Cat Rotorua - Caterpillar Machinery Sales and Service

NZ Flour Mill - Tirau


Register your practice HERE every time you go to the track.
Please sign in using the Govt Covid Tracer app as well and the IDme app - details and QR codes are on display around the complex.

Practice your normal Level 2 Covid requirements -
* don't go to the track if you are unwell
* wash your hands regularly and thoroughly
* sanitise regularly
* keep within your bubble and practice the 2m rule

We again remind you of the requirements in order to practice at our track -
** you need to be a current paid-up member of Kartsport Tokoroa
** your kart, clothing, helmet etc need to be compliant with Kartsport NZ rules and regulations
** You must have a Kartsport NZ competition or practice license
** You either have a key or will sign the indemnity and pay the $20 practice fee.
** you must lock the gate behind you .

No exceptions...if you are caught not abiding by the rules you could be banned from the complex forever.

cheers and have fun

Kartsport Tokoroa Committee

Thank you for your cooperation.


You are very welcome to come along to any Club Day regardless of it being a points series or club championship. Catch the action, see the format, learn some skills....and....DEFINITELY BRING YOUR KART.

We will open the track over the lunch break and after racing so you can practice what you have been watching. Also, a lot of racing members will be there and will be only too happy to offer technical and racing advice.

If demand is there we can open the track for you at other times during the day if you wish...we are flexible so please don't hesitate to ask for Terry Palmer or Marin Vucich or Russell & Gaye Hoskins or Graeme Lambert or the chick on the gate Sheryl McIntosh in the first instance. We all hang on the concrete opposite the entrance to the grid area.

Looking forward to seeing you there.


Did you know that Kartsport Tokoroa is THE best facility in the country with regard to availability for practicing?

Yes! The track is basically open 24/7 at Tokoroa - well not quite - but heres what we've got -
*** Open 7 days - 8.30am to 8.30pm in summer, 8.30am to 5.30pm in winter
*** Key is easily available most days - Mon to Sat from Stihl Shop Tokoroa [Campbell St], Sunday either the Tremains [Glenn Tremain (07)8860030 or 0277 559 814 or email f1crazy@xtra.co.nz or the Hoskins [07] 886 6612 or 0274 778 649 or g.hoskins@xtra.co.nz.
*** Its only $20.00 for the day
*** You need either a valid competition license, practice license or vintage kart license in order drive on the track.

See you there sometime...tell ya mates!


Click here for an Excel kart set-up sheet where you can record all your data for each meeting - a great resource to look back at see from past events what works and what doesnt. You can print the second page on the back of the first page so you can record lap times, rpm, temp etc for each race and lap so you see all the data for a meeting on one page. There is also a page to record your base set-ups. Best to go 'save as' when the prompt comes up, save it, then open it in Excel.

Lap records (as recorded by the AMB lapscoring system) are here.

7 April 2013 - A very sad day today for Kartsport Tokoroa - long time member and supporter, founding member, life member and Patron Glenn Tremain Snr passed away after a battle with an illness. Glenn will be sadly missed by everyone - he was a great of Karting in New Zealand, and a great mentor and supporter of Kartsport Tokoroa, he had a huge input into the club and facility over the years to make it the best karting club and track in the country today.

To Glenn we THANK YOU for all your time, expense and commitment to Kartsport Tokoroa and Karting in New Zealand over the years.

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  • Sport Waikato Club of the Year 2003
  • Top Half Club Champs 2003 & 2005
  • Night Glow Night Racing 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007
  • Raket World Cup Challenge 2006 & 2007
  • South Waikato Sports Administrator of the Year 2009
  • Inaugural Annual Anniversary Invitation Meeting 2010
  • Sport Waikato Service to Sport recognition: Glenn & Phoebe Tremain 2010
  • Inaugural Right Karts Rotax Junior Max Cup 2011
  • Pacific Kartsport NZ Celebrity Challenge Enduro - Xmas 2011
  • McFall Fuel National Schools Championships 2021

Support our Sponsors -
McFall Fuel
Stihl Shop Tokoroa
Mansons TCLM
Brian Tyrrell Nissan
Power and Earth
NZ Flour Mills
Terra Cat Rotorua
Rob Dahm Ltd
Kartzone Rotorua

A very special thanks to these organisations -
Trust Waikato
Perry Foundation
Trillian Trust
Lion Foundation
South Waikato District Council
Pub Charity
Castle Trust